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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

' MURILLA ' MERON STREET Accommodation for Permanent Boarders. MODERATE TARIFF Tboao 217. BE SAFE! Use SANDER & SONS' PURE } VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, . whose purity and strength have won ; for it the verdict of a Supreme Court. ? the distinctions of Exhibitions and ! the patronage of the whole medical ff profession. SANDER'S ' contains highest percentage ethereal eccsljpto! ' and Is an unrivalled disinfectant. SANDER'S gives instantaneous relief in headache, fevers, colds, 'flu, catarrh, lung and stomach trouble*, ulcers, burns wounds, sprains. A few drops In water taken internally win restore vfeor. SANDER'S Is the genuine, and has none of the deleteri ous effects of crude oils or so-called ;_. ''extracts.' Refuse to accept any substitute sold for 'just as (rood.' SANDER'S b the esano of the re fined product of selected leaves only, manufactured under continual medical supervision. There is onlv one genuine and one best— SANDER'S. , ? !? ANNAND'S i SOUTHPORT i , Wish to ...

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Willow Wielders Old Southporttenians v. C.E.G.S. Old Boys [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Willow Welders Old SoutbportMriam v. CE.O.S. Old Boys Old Southportonions had a win by 22 run on the fb?t innings in their annual cricket match against the C.E.G.S, Old Boys' Association, The match was played on Monday on the Church of England Graiunaf.' Schcol gt&und. Scores: — CE.OS. Old Boyu- First Ionian* Chayter, c M'Whirtei; b Oxenford 12 Smith, b Oxenford ? 5 HaJ.t. c and b Oxenford ? 0 Lees, b Oxenford ? 12 Bigg*, St. Overall, b Oxenford .. 2 Wnite,, c Monteatb, b Oay .... 1 Templeton, b Oxenfaud ? 1 Chater, c Monteath, b Cay ? 2 Arthy, c M'Whirtor, b Cay .... 3 Pailkinson, not out ? 0 Stark, h. OxenfcM ? 0 Sundries ? 2 40 Bowling.— P.ke, none for 9; Ozeo foifd, seven for 17; Blaeklock, none for 3; Cay, three for 5. Old Southportonia-a— First Innings M«Wniiani, b Arthy ? 4 Overall, c Chater, b Lees .. .. 19 Blacklock, c Alrthy, b White .... 4 Monteath, b Lees ? 5 Oxenford, c Smith, b Lees .. ..12 Beven. c Smith, b Lees ? 0 Pike, c Stark, b Chayter ? 8 Powell, Lb.w., ...

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IN THE REALM OF SPORT On the Green [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

. iiixiaajjiii u u j ijj i u u i u n i um u u 1 1 1 1 1 1 rjiuxrxiuj 1 1 1 u i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 m uj imxi 1 1 1 1 ujxi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n irrrrra I IN THE REALM OF SPORT ( i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i n iiirn 1 1 ? ? ? ? i n i MmiirnTiiniTiiiiiirniuiiiiMiiniimtm i in I UJllj 1 1 |JJJ;| I IJ 1 1 1 1.IU 1 LimilffiU On the Green Two matches In the Gilbert Cup Singles handicap wens played at the Southport preen on Saturday. In ad dition to these and the usual Wnk feames the final of 1928 singles handl leap was played, when Al Bertwistle defeated R. B. Lather after a close garnet . Scores :— Final of Singles Handicap for 1928. —A. Bertwistle 31; R. B. Lather, 29. Gilbert Cup Singles Handicap^ FSret Round.— W. Maltman (5 on) v. S. Monkhouse (5 on), 31-9. Second Round.— J. A. Kretschmar (7 on), v. E. Pohlman (5 on). 31-19. Ordinary Rink Gair.es. — Hawkes, Beilby, Grey (Yenonga). Olark ? 24 Moore, Lavis, (South Brisbane), Lewis (East Brisbane), Hib baid ? 16 Annand, Hamlyn, Mason, Ward . . 36 Woods, Cochr...

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Local and General News NEWS CROWDED OUT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Local and General News NEWS CROWDED OUT Pressure of space compels us to bold bade a report of the annual . meeting of the Soulhport Tennis Ciub held last night, further experiences by Mr. J. D. Steele of 'Some Cooks 1 ? ^ Have Had,' and other, news.

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SENTIMENT AND PRACTICE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

SENTIMENT AND PRACTICE Ruffle the average Australian y-iti-iueet with the sui{i-e8- tion that he i«, inferior to other peoples .ind you will rightly arouse intense resentment, though this is just what his daily actions Hinount to; not for tbe want of patriotic sentiment, hut because of the need for sober thought. Entering u shop this week for an article of every-day wear, the writer coul) not bo supplied with Australian-made. Ho was even told it was the first time that Australian-inude had been asked for. Yet the shop is up-to-date and caters well for public demand. Why is ibere this lack of' practical patriotism? Your average Australian, who vigorously disputes the suggestion of inferiority with bis lips, admits it by bis actions, in showing reference for the product of outside labour — some British, much American, and not a little Japanese. No serious objection can be made to the purchase of goods of Empire manufacture; but Australia can best help the /^— ' Empire by helping itsel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

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Church Ball [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

dwiwh Ball A successful plain and fancy caress ball was held on Friday last In the School of Arts, Upper Coomew, in aid of the R.a Church, about 160 be in* present. The hall was tastefully decorated with green and white streamers suspended from the roof to the sides- of the 'butidlne. with bells of the same color. Mr. Chs* Whalley was in change of the noor. tne music being supplied by the Purple Strollers. SouthpcW, under the leadership of Mbs Edna Barron. The chocolate waltz iwas won by Miss Olive Sheehan and Mr. Aubrey Bambllnji Miss Ida Johns was awarded the prize as being the best fancy costume. Mr. 3. Lane supplied extras.' A dainty sttppefr was' provided. Amorist those present were:— MR and Mrs. J. N. SUranto, Me and Mrs. J. Hart, Me. and. Mrs. J. Barnett, MR and Mrs. P. T Murray. MT- end Mrs. W. Sheehan, Me. and Mfrs. A. H. Bam Mr. and Mrs. S Currey, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Blra, and Mr. and Mrs. Cox (Cannugra), Mesdames M.- Oxenford, J. Hessian, M. Murnay, Misses Edna Barron. Kat...

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C.W.A. Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

CVVJl. ffleetinc The annual Reneral meotirur of the local branch of the Country Women'3 Association was held ?it the resl.'e.-.Ci of the president, fois. M. Oxenfdrd. about twenty rt embers being1 pr:sent. Mis. J. P. Peterson, president of the Metropolitan Branch of tho Associa tion took the chair. MPJ. M. Nichol son, also of the Metropolitan Branch, attended the meeting. In an interesting address the chair woman spoke of the alms and work of the association duxbfe the past yea' The following were elected to hold office :— PrvsMent, Mrs. Ml Oxen ord; treasurer. Miss C Beattie; hon. tecre tary, Mrs. J. Nl Sfcranto; vlcepnesid ents. Mesdames T. Doherty, & Bisoieli. Muntz, A. H Bant W. G. FoxweU. The meeting closed Vith a vote of thanks to Mesdames J. P. Peterson, M. Nicholson, and Ml Oxenford. af rer which a dainty tea was prtovidod by .the. president (Mns. M. OxenforH).

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Pimpams School of Arts Dance [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Ptmpama School of Arts Dane* An enjoyable dance was held in aid of the Pfcnpama School of Arts, and in spite of the threatening state of the weather there was a fair* attend ance. The chocolate waltz was won by Miss Phyllis Mut.tha and Mr. W. Brooker. Extras wdre played bv MrB Maves and Miss Vera Hessian. j Amongst those piasent were.— Mr. i and Mr.-. & Black, Mr. and Mrs. R, , ? K:drl. .\2r. nnd Mr». J, O'Dor.oghue. Ki. and Mrs. R. Eoherty. Mesdamea Majes. T. Doherty. J. Hessian, W. BambllnE1. Steele; Misses M. and T. Muntz, Dinah Clarke. Martha (2). ? - , Mary r.nd Koth. HArt, Doris. Addle, \ and Alice Foxwell. Dorljj and Vefi Hessian. Rosle Lane, Pearl CurriBV, _ Lily Doherty. Merle Bambllnsr. Bd ? wards (3), Gwen Wilson. ML Black, Johnston (Rocklea), Messrs. A. Bamblirfl. F. Bull J. and H. lane, W. Mutth-i. Stan. Proud. Lea Hessir.n. W. ' Foinrell, F. Bull, J. Hart; jun, M'Cul- len, W. and C. Siganto, M, ClarV.e, C and B, Blnstead, and C Currey.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

§pr*;The South Coas^S FRIDAY, MARCH 22. 1929,

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Fruit Train Specials [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Fruit Train Specials ? a-: Fruit trin. No. 11/29, run by the Committee of Direction of Fruit Marketing to clear Wallangacra on Thursday, Saturday, and Monday, for week ending! March 18, with 781 tons, of which 387 tons were for Melbourne, consisting of 7654 cases bananas, 1679 cases pineapples, 11 cases citrus, 1 case tomatoes, and 3 cases passions. Sydney took 394 tons, consisting of 6243 cases bananas. 2187 cases pine apples, 6 cases citrus, 2150- cases tomatoes, 1 case mixed, 1 case rock melonrs. 158 cases beans, 12 cases pas sions, 305 cases .eggs, 38 casas. cab- bages, 5 cases custard apples, lease egg ftolt, 169 cases apples, 2 cases grapes, and 17 cases pumpkins.

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Improvement Association. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

ItnprevsttNBt Association The annual general meetins of the Beenleigh Improvement Association was held in the School of Arts on Thursday night, March 7, Mr. E. U Monm presiding. The balance-sheet, which showed ? credit balance, v.» Dead and adopted The election ol officers resulted: President, Mr. E. L. Moran (re-elected): vicepresid ents, Messrs. A: E. Loehrisch, J. Al Savage, and Dr. K. wacuregor; non. feecoetary, Mr1. J. A. Wilson (reelect ed). Six new rrembers were prorosod and accepted. The ptealdent extend ed c wlecome to Miv W. Heck (chair man of the Shire Council), and Mr. G. F. Dauth president of the Beenleigh Show Society)'. In responding to the toast of the Beenleigb Shirs Council. Or. W. Heok (deputy chairman) as sured the association that he would give every support to matters that were for the progress of the district. The formation of a pjrogress associa tion was a forward stepv and sucH a body sholud have the support of the ratepa-ers. Responding to the toast of 'The...

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Beenleigh News Beauleigh State School [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Beenleigh News Beenleigh State.Sshool For the purpose of forming a school committee, a mo.ting, convened by Mr. MagSnnls, head teiicher of the Beenleigh State School, wca neW in the schoolrocrn on Tuesday, M*th 5. In thankirte those jwesent for their attendance, Mr. M««innis said it was the largest number attending a school meetng during his six -«ars in Been leigh. The following teutlemen were elected as conx-nitteenen : Messrs. W. N. Hine, A. E. Lohrisch, J. Av Wilton R Christoffel, A. O. Townsend, & L Mown, and Dr. K. M'Gregor.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. White Street, Southport. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

CONGREGATIONAL CHtJKCa Whit* Stnet. Soothnort. Sunday School, 9.45 ajn. Church Services, 11 ajn. and 7.30 |MD. Holy Oommurrfon on the 1st Sunday morning; and 3rd Sunday evening of each month. Minister: Rev. W. A. Hardie. B.A.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Taliebudgera). [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Talle budcera). Tallebudgera— 11 un. Lower Currumbiii— 2.30 p.m. Mudgeerab* — 7.30 run. Rev. W. R. COWAN.

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PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. Beechmont— 11 ajn. Southport — 7.30 tun. Sunday School — 2.30 p.m. Minbter : Rev. P. MUNRO.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

ROMAN CATBOUC CBORCH. Soutbport,— Mass ; Every Sunday. at 7 am; 10 am. on Second Sunday of every month, and on 4th Sunday when 6 Sundays In the month. EveninE Devotion* : Every Sunday at 7.30, except the last Sunday. Burlelgb Heads— 10 ajn, on 1st Sunday in th. month. Nerang^— Mass : Every 3rd Sunday at 10 aJn, Upper Coomera, — Mass: Enry last Sunday at 10.30 ajn, and Evening Devotions at 7.30 pfo.

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SALVATION ARMY. Scarborough Street. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

~*~'SAL:VA'llON ARMY. Scarborough Street. Sunday, 11 a.m. and 7.30 pjn. Sunday School. 2 pjn. Adjutmt Cole and Captain Stephen son, r

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METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

^rraotnsr cnuitcu Southport, 11 aJn. . SoutSport, 7J0 run. Rev. C A. READ. Burlelgh Heads, 7.30 da. Mr. H. PWing. Good Friday - Southport, 11- ajn. Burlelgh Heads— 7.30 pJa Rev. C A. Read

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Kingston Factory. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Bulletin — 22 March 1929

Kingston Factory. . At the monthly meeting of the Kingston Butter Factory It was de cided to pay 1/5 pe* . lb, for the month. Thens was a bfc Increase^, in 'wWlst'M* Bobertsi; lW te«ier. Coomera State School, was bavin* a came of basket ball with his T»pH» he fell, putting Ms right knee out of joint. Mr. Roberts was carried to nts ? aidenee, and Dr. M'Gregor. Been e gh, residence. Dr. M'Gregor. Beenlelgb, complete rest. ^^

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